OMG that is the cutest picture ever! He sure was a lil doll:))
Thanks, I miss him everyday.
That is the face of a true angel - while he was here and where he is now.I can only imagine the heartache you continue to go through. I know we, as fur mommy's, will all go through the letting go of the sight of them - but hopefully never their spirit and the love we hold in our hearts for them.I hope you still feel Paris right there beside you in your heart and that one day you will see him again.
Thanks Lori, I feel him with me everyday. I still miss him so much.
I am so sorry to hear about Paris. I got on here because I was looking through some of my stuff and was wondering how things were going. I had not been on in awhile. I got your info from you when I was on the blind dog website and followed your stories. I lost my girl on Jan.29 and it has been awful. I am so sorry you have been going through the same thing. Thank you for all your lovely stories.
Thank you Michelle, It has been the hardest thing I have had to go through.I still miss Paris everyday. I'm sorry you are going through this also.I try to focus on the good and funny things and that helps. I made a photo memory book with all his photos and that was very healing.
Hi terri. My heart goes out to you for losing Paris. I hope the pain lessens just a bit more every day for you. I came to find your site as I was looking up info on dogs going blind. My wee one all of a sudden is exhibiting blindness. One week ago, she would race up and down the sidewalk on walks, stand on the stoop with her paws up on the door to peer in at me in the kitchen, I'd whisper her name and she would look at me then run and put her paws up on my knee with a big wide open smile. This week I noticed her bumping into walls after the walk and her timidness moving around. I have a vet appt in two days but it is clear she does not see. My pup before her, I adopted her when she was geriatric. She was blind, pretty much deaf and had a collapsed trachea. I cared for her for 4 year and was heartbroken when she finally had to be put down as she no longer could move or eat. I am sad that now this pup is going blind. It was a hard four years caring for my former pup, and while I do not regret that burden bec she brought me lots of love, I have to admit it was very hard on me.
I still come to Paris' blog for comfort every so often...like today. It reminds me of a time when we both had our boys and were dealing with the trials and tribulations of their blindness. Now they are together on the other side being able to run free and strong and sighted <3 Thank you again for keeping this blog up Terri. I do love coming here